What You'll Get
- $495 for one week of rookie sleepaway camp for kids ages 7-14, running from June 22-27 ($1,095 value)
Under the supervision of friendly counselors, first-time sleepaway campers meet new friends, partake in a bevy of activities and games, and explore a wide variety of interests that may include sports, crafts, aquatics, and adventure activities. They also enjoy lodgings equipped with modern amenities. Click here for info and FAQs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 22, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per household. Limit 1 per child. Limit 1 per visit. Registration required by 6/6/14; subject to availability. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Valid only for new campers. Valid only for campers ages 7-14. Valid only for June 22-27 session. Registration and medical forms must be filled out prior to first day of camp. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Greenwood Trails Summer Camp
Greenwood Trails Camp’s owner and director Owen Langbart firmly believes that all kids—especially today’s generation of cell-phone addicts and video gamers—need the quintessential camp experience. With more than 100 wooded acres at the foothills of the Berkshires and a staff of friendly counselors that specializes in orienting first-time campers, his one-, two-, four-, and six-week camps aim to do just that. Winding paths and hiking trails lead young guests aged 7–16 to the many amenities that cover the grounds, including a larger-than-Olympic-size swimming pool, a rock climbing wall, a water trampoline, a batting cage, and a pottery studio. These same paths lead to the cozy cabins that house up to 12 campers and two counselors with all of the comforts of home: electricity, bathrooms, showers with hot and cold running water, and an old man in a recliner who won’t let go of the remote even if he falls asleep.
Regardless of age, Greenwood Trails lets campers choose the activities in which they’d like to take part in daily, such as pottery, archery, go-karts, or outdoor cooking. Participants also engage in cabin activities that encourage bonding among bunkmates, such as swimming together in the lake or joining in an untieable human knot.